18kt Rose Gold Pink Tourmaline and Garnet Ring
Description & Details
18kt rose gold three-stone ring set with an oval-cut pink tourmaline flanked by two trillion-cut garnets with diamond detail.
Each Paolo Costagli contemporary engagement ring is a one of a kind, handcrafted testament to your love story.
The beauty is in the details - from the combination of hues, the cut of the gemstones, and the color of gold in the mountings, every element is personally designed by Paolo, culminating in timeless yet non traditional treasures.
Pink tourmaline: 5.31 carats Discover the details of Tourmaline
Garnets: 2.08 carats Discover the details of Garnet
Diamonds: 0.15 carats (D-G color VS clarity)
SKU: AN 668_5
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Details of This Jewel
From Paolo Costagli’s collection of contemporary engagement rings, this 18kt rose gold pink tourmaline ring stands out with its three-stone design. Its 10mm band is encrusted with pave-set white diamonds, and mounted at the center is a vibrant oval-cut pink tourmaline weighing 5.31 carats. Two trillion-cut garnets are set on either side, completing the sparkling trio. In the past decade, gemstone engagement rings have risen in popularity. Royals and Hollywood celebrities alike are smitten by these colorful stones and have chosen them to symbolize their love or to add glamour to their red carpet look.
The Contemporary Collection is a line of handcrafted gemstone engagement jewelry. As the younger set steered away from traditional diamond rings, they began to set their eyes on the more youthful, colorful alternatives. Paolo Costagli’s engagement ring designs feature classic elements such as high-polish golds, pave diamonds, and faceted gemstones fashioned into fresh, exciting combinations that are truly unique.
Mined in regions of Afghanistan, Brazil, Mozambique, and Nigeria, tourmaline comes in a wide variety of colors and is considered a semi-precious stone. Prized by many civilizations in the past, it has been used as the main component in crafting art, particularly figurines by the Chinese. Spiritual circles also value this stone for its protective properties. Garnet on the other hand, is sourced from Brazil, Kenya, Madagascar, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Tanzania. Each region has its specialty garnet, often a different hue from one another. Warm colored garnets such as mandarin and red are most popular but sea-glass colored garnets also exist. In spiritual circles, the garnet is believed to be a powerful stone with regenerative and energizing properties. With proper treatment, and expert cut and mounting, gemstones increase in value. Shop Paolo Costagli’s collections for custom-made rose gold garnet rings and other gemstone jewelry.